Minty Mongo condiment…aam pudina ki chutney

mango mint condiment

Heat is at pinnacle now. As I promised in my last post – Aam Pana, that I will be using more of mangoes this season and will try to make the good-ol’ mumma’s recipes and relive my childhood, here I share the chutney which is very much a sweetheart  in summers in north India.

The mingling of raw mangoes and mint creates a very soothing tangy magic, a subtle hint of garlic and spice as you want them, is just cannot be missed in the summers.

 Minty Mango Chutney

Time: 10 mins

Serves: 1 cup chutney

Ingredients:

  • 2 raw mangoes, green variety (kairi), stoned and cut in to cubes
  • 1/2 cup mint leaves
  • 2-3 garlic pods (ahh!! I can’t get enough of them)
  • 1/2 tsp. roasted jeera
  • 2 green chilies (love the Concoction of chilies with tang)
  • 1 tsp. common salt or per you taste
  • a pinch of black salt

Preparation:

  • Blend all the ingredients and chill.
  • Relish with your meals or even as a sandwich spread.

Pudina aur kacche aam ki chutney

Notes:

Mint is a cooler and relives any stomach pain or disorder.

The mingling of mint and mango is a sure rescuer for the sweaty days.

You can use some tempering on the chutney, but this tastes awesome just plain too.

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9 Comments

  1. Hey Rashmi, how u doing.. this chutney must be a mix of sweet n tangy!! Love it

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    • m good Gauri…u can make it sweet, i used kacchi kairi and no sugar, so mine was tangy with salt.

      Reply
  2. I am fan of different chutneys. After coming to Andhra Pradesh I realized that there are different types of chutneys that you can make.
    Hey, I had panna the other day. :)

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    • cool, did u try panna with fizzy soda?

      there is a vast range of chutneys even I came to know, one of them was bottle guard cutney told by my AP friend…i liked it alot

      Reply
  3. Tangy and very refreshing, would love to try this, glad to hear that the chocolate chip cookies turned out good..

    Reply
  4. Very healthy recipe and nice post.

    Reply
  5. Minty chutney is an perfect match for Chapathi nice and it’s kind of awesome combination. Thanks. Click for cocktails.

    Reply

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